• Vietnam & Cambodia Delights - 08 Days

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This tour will take you through the iconic cities of this region - “Pearl of Indochina”, Ho Chi Minh City & World-Famous Angkor Wat housing the largest religious monument in the world, spread across more than 400 acres. Get mesmerized at the breathtaking landscapes of a variety of wonderful rice paddy fields, colorful floating markets, and huge network of rivers & canals of the Mekong Delta and much more in this delightful journey.

Travel Deal Highlights

  Experience of the Chu Chi Tunnels system – used in the Vietnamese war

  Mekong Delta experience on a Cruise

  Border crossing on waterways by Speedboat Ferry

  Excursion to The Killing Fields of ChoeungEk

  Visit to the West Gate of Angkor Thom &World-Famous Angkor Wat Temples

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Day 01 - HO CHI MINH CITY

You are welcomed at airport by our tour guide on arrival at Tan Son Nhat International Airport in Ho Chi Minh City. You are then transferred to your hotel in downtown for check in.
Rest of the day is free to unwind & relax.
Overnight in Ho Chi Minh City.

Day 02 - CU CHI TUNNELS - HO CHI MINH CITY TOUR

After an early breakfast, today, depart for 1.5-hour drive northwest to the famous Cu Chi Tunnels, passing through urbanized areas and a typically lush southern Vietnamese countryside.
Known as an immense network of 220km of connecting underground tunnels divided into 3 levels at 6 meters, 8 meters and 10 meters deep underground, the famous Cu Thi Tunnels were occupied by more than 10,000 people during the war. This zigzag tunnel system was served to link different villages (some tunnels pass under rivers) and played a definite role in the outcome and the Vietnamese victory in the Vietnam War.
Tour the vast network of underground passageways to gain an insight into the tunnels’ history, life in the tunnels as well as the tenacity and resourcefulness of the Vietnamese during combat.
Enjoy a Vietnamese set lunch in restaurant.
Once known as the “Pearl of Indochina”, Ho Chi Minh City remains a beauty of mix of Vietnamese, Chinese and French cultures. Although this city has rapidly developed into a modern city with skyscrapers and shopping centers, there are still remnants of its past visible in the historic landmarks and beautiful French colonial buildings dotted throughout the city.
We spend this afternoon to explore Ho Chi Minh City.
Start the city tour by riding pasts by rue Catinat, stop at Saigon Notre Dame Cathedral, and a red brick edifice with twin spires constructed from materials imported from France. Head across the square to the Central Post Office, built around 1886 – 1891, based on the design of Gustave Eiffel – a famous French architect. We also visit the Reunification Palace which is former Residence of the Indochina Governor-General and later of the President of the Republic of Southern Vietnam until the down fall on April 30, 1975.
Wind your way through a wet street market and take the opportunity to see the colorful blossoms and interact with the sellers. You may stop at some vendors to try some favorite Saigonese snacks and desserts such as sponge cakes and sweet soups.
Then chill out at a historic coffee shop which used to be a hidden place for Viet Cong to store money, gold, even weapon during the Vietnam War.
Overnight in Ho Chi Minh City (B, L)

Day 03 - HO CHI MINH CITY – MEKONG CRUISE - CAI BE FLOATING MARKET – CHAU DOC

The program will start with a quick visit of Cai Be floating market – a small retail market.
Then, the rowing boat will take you deeper into the countryside on smaller canals to soak in the peaceful moments. Return back to the boat to go across one of the longest rivers in the world The Mekong River, to come to An Bình Island.
Enjoy lunch with local specialties
Following lunch, we walk around this orchard & enjoy some cups of tea when listening to the traditional music in the ancient house.
You get to visit local workshops to see how to make rice paper, coconut candy, pop-rice etc.
Optional biking can be done for sheer pleasure! It will be so amazing to bike on village paths to see the local daily life: orchard, school, church, pagoda, traditional houses...
Later visit the brick kilns where you can see how the local people create beautiful potteries from clay.
The cruise will end at Vinh Long City, from where we continue on a 3.5-hour journey to reach Chau Doc City, just about bordering with Cambodia.
Overnight in Chau Doc City (B, L)

Day 4 - CHAU DOC - PHNOM PENH

After an early breakfast, you depart from the hotel to board Tu Trang/Blue Cruise speedboat from Victoria Chau Doc hotel for a 130 km, running time ~ 4h30 from Chau Doc to Phnom Penh – in fact you came all the way to Chau Doc mainly to experience the border crossing through waterways.
The speedboat takes you on the Hau River to Vinh Xuong border gate (between Vietnam and Cambodia).
Passengers make complete entry procedures at Vinh Xuong, then goes on Tone Le Sap River to Phnom Penh International Port (Sisowath street).
If you do not already have a stamped visa (e Visa not accepted), you can obtain at the border, boat crew will handle the entry process (Visa Fee & Service Fee approx US$ 34 person and one photograph of 4x6cm is required on the spot).
Our local tour guide greets you at Phnom Penh International Port (after the immigration), transfer to hotel restaurant for lunch.
Named ‘The Pearl of Asia’, not so long-ago Phnom Penh was considered the loveliest city of Indochina. Phnom Penh has retained much of its old-world charm as evident in the French colonial architecture and traditional ornate temples.
This afternoon, set off to encounter a part of the rich heritage, to gain an insight into Cambodian history, culture and life. We pass the Governor General’s House, visit Hokkien Chinese temple, Nagas Bridge, Wat Phnom Railway Station and come to visit Royal Palace and Silver pagoda.
Overnight in Phnom Penh City (B, L)

Day 5 - PHNOM PENH – THE KILLING FIELDS – BUS TRIP TO SIEM REAP

After breakfast at hotel, you continue on a poignant excursion to The Killing Fields of ChoeungEk, for a moving insight into the bloody rule of the Khmer Rouge. Realize the horror and tragedy of this period in Cambodian history at the TuolSleng Prison Museum and visit the notorious Killing Fields.
A Khmer set menu lunch will be served in a restaurant
The afternoon, we continue another land trip with Giant Ibis/Mekong Express shuttle bus from Phnom Penh to Siem Reap. It’s 320km ~ 6hr scenic journey with few stops to be made on the way.
On arrival, you will meet our driver and transferred to your hotel. Time at leisure
Overnight in SiemReap (B, L)

Day 6 - SIEM REAP – FULL DAY ANGKOR TEMPLES

After breakfast, you will have a full-day today to explore the biggest and the most significant temples in Angkor Complex.
You will start from the West Gate of Angkor Thom – undiscovered by mass tourist, the ancient capital of Angkor Thom (12th century). See the South Gate, Bayon Temple – unique for its 54 towers decorated with over 200 smiling faces of AvolokitesvaraBaphuon Temple: lying just to the north of Bayon, a pyramidal representation of mythical Mont Meru, The Royal Enclosure, Phimeanakas, The Elephant Terrace and the Terrace of the Leper King.
Continue to visit Preah Khan temple, located 2 kilometers north-east of Angkor Thorn on the Grand Circuit. The temple was built in the second half of the 12th century in AD 1191 by King Jaya-varman VII, dedicating to his father Dharanindravarman.
In the afternoon, you will continue to visit the fabulous Ta Prohm embraced by the roots of enormous fig trees and gigantic creepers. Ta Prohm was built in the 12th century. It’s a Buddhist temple dedicated to the mother of King Jayavarman VII.
Visit the famous temple: Angkor Wat. Angkor Wat is a World Heritage Site since 1992, famous for its beauty and splendor. Angkor Wat features the longest continuous bas-relief in the world, which runs along the outer gallery walls and narrates stories from Hindu mythology.
Admire sunset over Angkor Wat before returning to the town.
Overnight in Siem Reap.

Day 7 - SIEM REAP - Day Free - Choice of optional excursions

You will have today free at leisure, or alternatively take our below optional excursion.
Overnight in Siem Reap
Option 1: Full day Explore floating villages on Tonle Sap Lake & encounter with Pol Pot survivor (supplement charge)
08:30a.m depart from your hotel. We transfer out of town to visit one of the floating villages on Tonle Sap Lake. En route, make a stop to visit Cambodian countryside villages, interacting with locals, seeing markets, pagodas. Afterward, continue your drive until you reach the port where you embark on a local wooden boat. The trip will take you to discover the floating village on how people live and trade. This village is home to thousands of families, and it's the largest floating village in Tonle Sap.
During this uncivilized period from 1975 to 1979, the Khmer Rouge tried to force the residences from the cities to work on communal farms in the countryside. As a part of Angkor complex exploration, you will be transported towards a private house, nestled away in a rural village to have an incredible opportunity to meet and talk with a local Khmer villager for an overview about the survival and overcoming life before and after the Pol Pot Regime.
Before returning to hotel, we visit a local night market, where you will see a variety of local food, snacks, fruits, clothes on display on the roads for sales. Walks through the market, you may get the Cambodian snacks with all fries includes grasshoppers, spiders, cockroaches, crickets, baby frogs, and so on. These are all Cambodian favorite. Try it out and take a picture of it to show your friends back home.
Option 2: BaiteaySrei& The lost temple BengMealea, full day (supplement charge)
Today, get away from the crowns and set off to encounter the magnificent ruins of Angkor complex. Start the day with a transfer to Banteay Srei “The citadel of women”, the only major temple that was not built by a monarch. Built in the 10th century and dedicated to the Hindu god Shiva, this red sand-stone temple is one of Angkor’s most significant structures.
This afternoon, continue on your exploration to the sprawling jungle temple of BengMealea, a Hindu temple but with some carvings depicting Buddhist motifs. The temple is largely unrestored with trees and vegetation thriving through its towers and courtyards and many of its stones lying in great heaps, giving it an enchanting atmosphere.

Day 8 - SIEM REAP – DEPARTURE

After Breakfast at hotel, you are free till the departure time.
Driver will pick up you at hotel 3 hours prior your international departure flight time.
Your Tour Ends here – Hope you enjoyed the exploration of the two wonderful countries!!!

Where you'll Stay

City

Nights

Accommodation (4* hotels)

Room Type

Ho Chi Minh City 02 Harmony Saigon Hotel & Spa or similar Junior premier
Chau Doc 01 Victoria Chau Doc Hotel or similar Superior
Phnom Penh 01 Almond Hotel Bassac River or similar Deluxe city view
Siem Reap 03 IBIS Styles Siem Reap Hotel or similar Superior
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Dates & Rates

(All prices are per person in USD.)

Friends & Family deals:

Cost per person
10 to 14 Pax
5 to 9 Pax
Period of Travel
Twin Share
Single Supplement
Twin Share
Single Supplement
19 Sep 2021 US$ 895 US$ 300 US$ 995 US$ 300
17 Oct 2021 US$ 995 US$ 350 US$ 1095 US$ 350
07 Nov 2021 US$ 995 US$ 350 US$ 1095 US$ 350
05 Dec 2021 US$ 995 US$ 350 US$ 1095 US$ 350

(All prices are per person in USD.)

Friends & Family deals:

Cost per person
10 to 14 Pax
5 to 9 Pax
Period of Travel
Twin Share
Single Supplement
Twin Share
Single Supplement
16 Jan 2022 US$ 995 US$ 350 US$ 1095 US$ 350
20 Mar 2022 US$ 995 US$ 350 US$ 1095 US$ 350
24 Apr 2022 US$ 995 US$ 350 US$ 1095 US$ 350
22 May 2022 US$ 945 US$ 350 US$ 1045 US$ 350
19 June 2022 US$ 945 US$ 350 US$ 1045 US$ 350
11 Sep 2022 US$ 945 US$ 350 US$ 1045 US$ 350

Optional Tours:

Particulars
Per person cost
Full day Tonle Sap Lake & encounter with Pol Pot survivor (Day 7) US$ 55
BaiteaySrei& The lost temple BengMealea, full day (Day 7) US$ 85

Visa fees:

Particulars
Per person cost
Vietnam Visa Fee: Payable on arrival US$ 25
Cambodian Visa fee: Payable on arrival US$ 34


*Single Supplement is extra cost which add in twin/double cost for single occupancy room
*The offer valid for travel agents & tourism professionals only
*The companion rate is USD 100 extra per person on double/triple sharing basis & USD 80 for single supplement
*A travel agent can bring upto 30 people max for this offer
*Deposit of USD 100 (non-refundable) per person required for booking
*This tour is land only tour, Airfare not included
*Not valid for other packages or dates
*The offer cannot be clubbed with any other offer
*Limited Spaces Available

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